Chapter 10. Managing Requirements
Gather requirements in two phases: initial requirements for the company and detailed requirements for the first sites
Prioritize requirements based on objective criteria
Establish a process to deal with requirement changes
Avoid excessive requirement changes in the middle of development
As every executive knows, when a company decides to engage in a new project, the first step must be to establish the scope of the project and to develop a clear project plan, which must be followed during the lifetime of the project. The project plan is typically designed with some flexibility so that any subsequent scope changes are reviewed and then accepted or rejected.
Just like any traditional project, ...